Natalie Wall

Copy. Content. Editorial. Basically, all the words.

United Kingdom

>From selfies to shelfies.
Fashion used to be my thang, now writing about interiors excites me. I like to work on projects from concept through to creation and can help you with both — plus everything in between.

With 20 years' experience in fashion and social media, working for the UK's biggest brands (including ASOS, Topshop, Tesco and Amazon), @ me to hire me: natwonderwall[AT]gmail[DOT]com

How Bo Fentum's home grew with her family

Stepping inside Bo Fentum's townhouse in Kingston-Upon-Thames, you'd be forgiven for thinking you were in 70s Palm Springs. It's an Insta-worthy feast for the eyes - all pastel tones and leafy plants. But three years ago, she put this place on the market. Why? Her family had outgrown the space. In the end, they extended out rather than selling up. Bo tells us how this transformation gave her house a new lease of life.
She's eclectic: step inside Megan Ellaby's colourful home

Fashion influencer Megan Ellaby 's Victorian terrace in Manchester is a masterclass in kaleidoscopic colour clashing. Her approach to decorating is the same as dressing: playful, bright and very maximalist. Despite only moving in a year ago with boyfriend George (plus mischievous dachshund pups Peter and Nancy), they've made the place their own, with "lashings of colour, moody lighting, candles, artwork and music."
Curating spaces: when you're a minimalist who loves things

There's a real sense of calm in Emma Gurner's North London townhouse. Living with her husband, two daughters and their mini schnauzer, it's a typically buzzy family home, but somehow serene. True, Emma's an interiors stylist by trade, with her own design consultancy, but she has an innate knack for carefully curating objects.
When a rental becomes a long-term family home

Rentals aren't always about house-hopping every few years (or worse still, months). For some people, a short-term solution ends up being their long-term home. As part of our Owning It series, celebrating creative tenants, we visit Pati Robins in Cardiff to find out how she transformed her rented terrace to make it work for her family's needs.
Personalising a rental, without breaking the rules

One of the most frustrating things about renting is feeling like you can't make a house a home. No nails, no screws, no painting - no personality whatsoever. But there's a hack (or two) for that.
How Whinnie Williams made her interior dreams a reality

In an age of identikit Instagram interiors, defining your style is hard. But not so with the Margate home of singer-turned-designer Whinnie Williams. Elvis Presley's Graceland meets "posh old lady", it's a great example of mixing old with new to create a look that's totally fresh. Her approach to interior styling?
Behind the seams: how we make our Margot accent chair

Our best-selling Margot accent chair is the creative vision of British designer Matt Arquette. We visit an independent workshop in Nottinghamshire to see how this exclusive design is brought to life. Sitting comfortably? Then we'll begin.
A room of her own: renting in a houseshare

Owning It | Kristabel Plummer For many people, renting a room in a houseshare is the most cost-effective way of having a roof over your head. As part of our Owning It series, celebrating creative tenants, we visit Kristabel Plummer, who lives in North London with three housemates.
Meet the renter who lives in an Art Deco dream

A rented home doesn't need to be boring, beige or generally sub-par. Case in point? Zeena Shah's East London flat, nestled inside a beautiful Art Deco building. As part of our Owning It series, celebrating creative tenants, Zeena tells us what it's like living in one of London's most Instagrammable rentals.
Now and Zen

We all need a relaxing haven to come home to after a stressful day in the 'real' world. A space to unplug and be truly you. Our SS19 trend embraces natural materials, thoughtful furnishings and neutral tones to create a peaceful place you won't want to leave. Spoiler alert: your home's about to feel as good as it looks.